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Software update

Capture One 11.2.1
August 28th 2018

Capture One 11.2.1 is a service release supporting the new Phase One IQ4 range of digital backs. 
 
11.2.1 also contain general service release fixes for all users of Capture One. This release is recommended for all users and is free to all existing Capture One 11 owners.


Camera support

  • Phase One IQ4 150MP
  • Phase One IQ4 100MP Trichromatic

 

Lens support

  • Sony FE 400mm F2.8 G Master OSS Super-Telephoto
  • RSM Lens 150mmAF f/5.6
  • RSM Lens 80mmAF f/5.6
  • RSM Lens 80mm f/5.6
  • RSM Lens 35mm f/5.6
  • Voigtländer 17,5 mm/F0,95 Nokton MFT
  • Voigtländer 10,5 mm/F0,95 Nokton MFT

 

 

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For the full list of changes and improvements, see the release notes.

 

For more information about Phase One XF IQ4 Camera Systems visit: www.phaseone.com/IQ4


Capture One 11.2

July 5th 2018

A feature release supporting Cultural Heritage (CH) software and hardware.

11.2 also contains camera and lens support, and general service release fixes for all users of Capture One. This release is recommended for all users and is free to all existing Capture One 11 owners.

New features:


Capture One CH now selectable from the Capture One launch window


Capture One CH (Windows)

  • "Slipstream" simplified UI, with touch-screen support

Capture One CH, Mac:

  • PPI-assist tool, for positioning an iXG camera on a copy stand to capture at a given PPI
  • iXG camera extension tube support for 72mm and 120mm lenses

 

Camera support

  • Phase One iXM
  • Canon 4000D
  • Canon 2000D
  • Panasonic Lumix TZ200/TZ202/TZ220
  • Panasonic Lumix ZS200/ZS220/TX2
  • Panasonic Lumix GX9 / GX7 MK III

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    For the full list of changes and improvements, see the release notes.


    More information about Capture One for Cultural Heritage can be found here.


     

    Capture One 11.1.1
    May 03 2018

     

    A service release with Support for Leica M (typ 262) and minor bug fixes for Mac and Windows users. The service release is recommended for all users and is free to all Capture One 11 owners.

      

     

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    For the full list of changes and improvements, see the release notes.


    Capture One 11.1
    April 19 2018

     

    A feature release with new functionality, additional camera and lens support as well as stability and performance improvements. This release is recommended for all users and is free to all Capture One 11 owners.

     

    New Features

    • New Normalize tool to align the base look of multiple images
    • New layers shortcuts (toggle on/off, select background)
    • LCC improvements
    • Support for the next version of Capture Pilot
    • Improved workflow for applying a style to a layer
    • New Shop and Resource Hub links
    • Included SPRING Style pack

    Camera support

    • Sony A7 Mk III
    • Fujifilm X-H1
    • Leica CL
    • Leica TL2
    • Leica V-Lux Typ 114
    • Leica X-U
    • Olympus E-M10 mkIII
    • Olympus E-PL9
    • Panasonic G9
    • Panasonic GH5S
    • Extended - Nikon D5, D850, D500 : 12-bit uncompressed support added 

     

    For the full list of changes and improvements, see previous release notes.

    Use of this software is subject to the original Software License agreement(s) that accompanies the software being updated

     

     

    Capture One 11 latest features and improvements

    If you haven't already upgraded to Capture One 11, learn more about the new features and improvements

    Annotations

    Annotate your images in Capture One by adding handwritten notes and drawings directly on your images. Include the Annotations in your exported PSD file as a separate layer for ideal flexibility.

    Next level Layers

    Layers in Capture One are now more dynamic than ever. Refine and Feather the mask after drawing, or adjust the opacity of your layer to control the impact of local adjustments.

    Speed & Performance

    We have increased the overall performance of Capture One, which gives a smoother and faster experience when editing. This is especially helpful when fine-tuning adjustments.